Recent Changes: A Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) over .15, Requires an Interlock Device on the Vehicle if Convicted

Modifications for DUI law yet again! The never ending adjustment to Tennessee DUI law.  A person who has a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) over .15 is required to have an interlock device on the vehicle if convicted.  Also, if you have previously been convicted of a DUI, the police can perform a forced blood draw to test a person’s (BAC).  If a person has a passenger under 16 years old in the car, the officer can also compel a blood draw if they believe the person is impaired.

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